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EC asks Delhi Police to investigate on misleading calls about deletion of voters in electoral rolls

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The Election Commission(EC) has asked Delhi Police to take necessary action against those making misleading phone calls to people about the city's electoral rolls.

Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh had on Saturday cautioned people about such calls claiming deletion of their names from electoral rolls.

His statement comes a day after a BJP delegation met the Chief Election Commissioner and alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party has been making such phone calls. (AIR NEWS)

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